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To the Senior Class of 96': 

Congratulations to each of you on accomplishing an impor- 
tant goal! I feel particularly close to the class of 96, because 
many of you came to Curry at the same time I did, and we're 
moving on at the same time, as well! I've gotten to know 
many of you, and I've had the pleasure of teaching a few of 
you. 

If you're like most people, this is a moment that brings both 
excitement and anxiety: especially if you are a traditional 
student, your life is about to change dramatically. If you 
look back at all the growth you experienced at Curry, think 
ahead to the next few years and know that you will continue 
to grow and expand your horizons in ways you can't foresee 
at the moment. Your years at Curry have given you a solid 
foundation, and by succeeding here, you have demonstrated 
your competence and determination. 

May the years ahead bring you happiness and the satisfac- 
tion that comes with doing your best and making a differ- 
ence in your community and your world. 

Dr. Catherine Ingold 




To the Class of 1996: 

Congratulations. Each and every 
one of you should be proud of 
your accomplishment in 
graduating, and of your 
association with Curry. 

As you probably know, I became 
the 14th President of Curry 
College - your college - the day 
after you graduated. In that role 
I look forward to continuing the 
relationships I started with many of you as a professor and to 
developing relationships with those of you I don't already 
know. 



Please be active alumnus. It's in the best interest of both you 
and the College. My door is always open and I look forward to 
working with all of you as we make Curry a model of 
excellence in the year 2000 and beyond. 



Best Wishes, 

Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., 
President 






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The Dedication: 

As the editor of The 1996 Yearbook, I am happy to write 
that we have broken new ground this year. Our new natives 
have included using computer software to develop the lay- 
out for the publication, and giving this book the title... " A 
Lasting Legacy." We hope that this will become a Curry 
tradition. 

The theme of this year's "Legacy" is " Someday It Will All 
Make Sense." This is based on the premise that while as 
students we may not fully comprehend what we have from 
Curry experience, but that as time goes on we will have 
greater understanding of how important our time here was 
to us professionally and personally. 

This year's dedication is not to just one individual but to a 
community- the Curry students, staff and faculty. People 
who have been instrumental in each senior's college experi- 
ence. In the future, when we look through this book and the 
memories that it represents, we will remember the many 
individuals who touched us. 

Elizabeth Waldron, 
Editor 




The History of Curry College 

Curry College has a rich history whose roots lie in the intellectual 
traditions and personalities of the 19th century New England. 
Now well into its' second century, Curry has maintained a distinc- 
tive mission while creatively transforming itself over the years to 
meet new educational challenges. 

Originally, the School of Expression Samual Curry founded the 
school on the philosophy that individuals could reach their true 
potential by cultivating the art of expression. In 1938, the Massa- 
chusetts Legislature gave the institution the power to confer the 
degrees of Bachelor of Science of Oratory and Master of Science of 
Oratory. In 1943 the corporate name, School of Expression, was 
changed to Curry College in honor of it's founders. 

To this day, Curry remains a d3niamic and forward - looking insti- 
tution committed to providing a highly individualized educational 
experience. 





Contents; 


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Senior Portraits- 




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Underclassman- 




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Sports- 




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Student Activities- 




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Secila Events- 




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Aduerismnets- 




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SENIOR PORTRAITS 





Sandra Ahern 

Environmental Science! Biology 

'Triendship is unnecessary.. like philosophy like are. .It 
has no survival value; rather it is one of those things 
that give value to survival. "-C.S. Lewis Thank you Mom 
and Dad for all of your love and support. To all my 
friends thanks for always being there. Esp: Nora, Mear, 
Suzanne, Holly. Jason, Kristen, Michele, it would not 
have been the same with out you guys. Iwill miss you 
all lots but will never forget all the memories. Good 
Luck Class of '96. 



Marlene B. Aiello 

Nursing 
Special thanks to the Division of 
Nursing. Mom, Dad, V.J., Tina, and 
Gram for the continued suport and 
love. I love you- Matthein... thanks for 
making mmy dreams come true. 



Kimberly Joy Anderson 

Psychology I Education I Special needs 
" A learning disability is definitely 
something that can stop someone from 
succeeding, but it's not going to stop 
me."- K.J.A. 

Thanks Mom! 




Kristina Arria 

English 
To my roommate I .say.EEHlEEH! Chuck, maybe 
later. Hey neighbor, Rock On! Hey you guys, were 
.still #1. Mom.Dad, Jen, Tommy,and Marc. You 
have always been there for me, even when I 
wanted to give up. You taught me that as long as I 
tried my hardest and gave my best, I would be 
success in your eyes and to me, that's all that 
matters. Thanksl I love you. 



James Ashley 



Michelle Barsky 




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Jeffrey M. Belcourt 



Andrew Evan Berlack 



Jonathon Scott Bernabei 




Norene Bloom 

Fine Arts 
To all my friends, Thank you for the 
fian times and happy memories. I wish 
you all the best of luck.- Mom and Dad 
you have made it possible for all my 
dreams to come true. I thank you and 
I love you. 



David Chistopher Bozzo 



Robin Brown 

Psychology 
I want to thank my Mom, My best friend, for 
always being there for me. I want to thank 
my Dad for making my college experience 
possible. I want to thank my close friends for 
all of the unforgettable times: the deep talks, 
being obnoxious, and just having quality hang 
out time. I'm going to miss every single one of 
you and I'll never forget you! Thanks! 




Autumn Bunche 

Psychology I Special needs education 
"I have a deep seated bias against hate 
and intolerance. I have a bais against 
racial and religious bigotry. I have a bais 
against war, a bias for peace. I have a bias 
which leads me to believe that no problem 
of human relations is ever insoluble."- 
Ralph Bunche. Thanks to my family + 
friends for believing in me. I would never 
have made it without you. Good Luck! 



Joshua A. Burnie 

Chemistry 
Keep away from people who try to 
belittle your ambitions. Small people 
always do that, but the really great can 
make you feel that you too, can become 
great. -Mark Twain 



Karen Marie Callaghan 

Psychology 
The bitterest thing in our today's sorrow is 
the memory of our yesterdays joy. Mom & 
Dad thanks for making all my dreams a 
reality. Peter & Sean I couldn't ask for two 
better brothers. Thanks for always being 
there; I love you both. Soc. & B-ball-1- 
4, Capt.To all my friends over the years. In 
my heart you will always stay & never will 
our laughs & memories ever be replaced. 




Deirdre Callinan 

Nursing 
I did it! Thanks a million Peter, 
Megan, Gramps. Hey Julie call 
Walgreens, Jaw Breakers! Quick, get a 
mask, term papers, Kinko's, oh, Taco 
Bell stats xoxo Nana miss you. 



Karrie A. Capasso 

Psychology I Political Science 
"Growing up is after all, only the 
understanding that one's unique and 
incredible experience is what everyone 
shares." Doris Lessing 



Brendan Carobene 

Business Mgt I Applied Computers 
The Zen philosopher Basho, once said 
that a flute without any holes is not a 
flute; and a donut without a hole is a 
danish. Good luck class of '96. 



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William Carpenter 



Nicole Cascetta 

Psychology I Education 
"If you're headed in the right direction, 
each step, no matter how small, is 
getting you closer to your goal." Thank 
you mom, dad, & Kristen for all your 
love and support throughout my college 
years. I'll always remember the special 
friendships that were made throughout 
the years. Good luck "96" 



Karen Chadwiek 




Anthony Chiaradonna 

Business Mgt I Computers 
Thank you Mom and Dad. Good luck 
Micheal. Thanks for the memories: 
Caleb, KM, Papa, Kim, Liz, KG, NC, 
Deagle, Walker, Relli, Leone, Whipple, 
Agost, Beth, Cara, Carolyn, Peta and 
Mike. 



Vikki Cibutti 



Steven Ciesielski 

Brngt /Philosophy /Psych 
The only limitations we have are the 
ones we place on ourselves "Carpe 
Diem" 



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Tara Leigh Claps 



Kimberly Lisa Cohen 

Communications 
To the girls the laughter was the best 
the tears are irreplacable. Crazy days 
will be remembered forever! Mom and 
Dad, I love you and thanks for giving 
me a world of opportunities. D+M 
thanks for your support. Jamie special 
times will always be remembered. 



Kerry Corrigan 

Communications I English 
J.C.D.-hope! If it weren't for you... 
Titi what can I say? The gang- 1 love 
you! The fam.- Thanks! For all your 
love-" There are more things in Heaven 
and Earth than are dreamt of in your 
philosophy! See Ya! 




Jennifer J. Costa 

Nursing 



Paula Cranshaw 

Education I Special Needs 
Thank you Mom And Dad I love you. 
JA, DI, GK,CP, and EP all the luck 
and love in the world. God bless- 
Scholars! 



Susan L. Crowley 

Business Management 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 



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Brett Micheal Cuvin 



Micheal John Deagle 




Lynne F. De Napoli 

Politics I History 
Thanks Mom,Dad, and Marie." Great 
Times with good friends. "Sp. Fhng 
'95;the dress that didn't fit, admissions 
#1 Tour guide, To the St. House Gang; 
Thanks for the laughs," I'm walking on 
Sunshine.." 




Portia M. Di Scala 

Psychology I Sociology 
4yrs. of craziness & laughter- so many 
special people in my life. To all of you - 
thanx for the memories ! ! Mom&Dad- 
Thanks for the opportunties-I Love U! 
"We cheated, we lied, & we tested. We 
never failed to fail- it was the eastiest 
thing to do!! C.S.N. 



Lorena Dragg 

Nursing 
Eric thank you so much for all your 
love and help, I would not have done it 
without you. Mom, Shakira and 
Savannah you were my inspiration. To 
my family I love you all. Eric, Shakira 
and Savannah we are a team. I love 
You. 



Barbara Eaton 

Nursing I Business Adminstration I 
Pschology 
All my love to Robyn, Danielle, Korrie, 
Todd, Todd, Barry, Matty, Howard, Caryn, 
and especially Dori- it's all about living. 
Loving, Laughing, Learning + Endless 
Memories... Mom and Dad -Thank you for 
your generosity, support + unconditional 
Love. 



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Tarcia R. Edmunds 

Nursing 
If you know you cannot do something- 
you are absolutely right. Good luck and 
a million thanks to all my fellow 1996 
nursing gratuates. I feel so lucky to 
have been with such an incredible 
group of people during my years at 
Curry. All the best to everyone! 



Cara Egan 

Psychology 
To my friends, Thanks for all the 
memories and great times!! 
Your THE BEST!! Mom, 
Dad,T,K,T,S,M,N,P,and J, thanks for 
everything;I-L-U-All. Good luck class of 
'96. 



Charles Joseph Fallon 

Communications /Business 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Bob, Dan, and 
Brian. Love you all. 




Ronald Ferero 

Criminal Justice 



Maryann Flammia 

Communication IJ our nalism 
"In the circle of friendship there is no 
beginning or end." Thanks Mom, Dad 
and Joe. To all my friends at Curry- 
thanks for the memories, I'll never forget 
you Suzanne, thanks for always being 
there, your the best! I love you Tim. 



Kevin T. Flatow 



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Melanie Footer 

Nursing 
Mom, Dad, Chris, & Jen Thank you for 
jail your love & support. Chris you've 
been a special part of my life. All my 
love. 



Elizabeth Michelle Gardner 

Communicatios I Psychology 
Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Adam, 
+Adriana. I Love You, for the never 
ending support. To the girls: Good luck 
with everything you do, I love you and 
will remember you always. 



Kerri J. Giannetti 

Psychology 
Mom and Dad thanks for letting me 
learn the value of trial and error. I love 
you! Keith, there is so much more to 
come. Larry, now that I graduated the 
apartment is mine. 
Good luck class of '96 




Paula Marie Gibbons 

Psychology I Education 
" Never give up on what you really want to 
do. The person with big dreams is more 
powerful than one with all the facts." 
Mom,Dad, & Siblings thank you so much for 
your love and support. To my friends , thanks 
for all the great memories. Tim I couldn't of 
done it with out you. I LOVE YOU!! 



Kristen Mai-ie Gilmartin 

Graphic Design 
It is time to say goodbye to Curry 
College with the hope we will use our 
College experience ;to fulfill all our 
dreams, success, and happiness. It is 
our time to shine. 



Jose Gonzalez 



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Samantha K. Good 

Psychology I Business Management 
To my wonderful parents, thank you for all 
of the support and encouragement you 
have always given me, I Love You. Trevor 
and Amanda, thanks for all the great 
advice you have given me, it always made 
the difference. My dear Joseph, each day I 
love you more, today more than yesterday, 
thank you for always having faith in me. 



Jennifer Goode 



Shari Gunsberg 

Communication /Psychology 
" In this bright future you can't forget 
your past." BM/RK, thank you for 
carrying me through these 4 years!! 




Claudia Hadjipetrou 

Politicst History/ Communication 
To Mom, Terry, Andy I love you + Thank 
you for .standing by and believing in me. 
Julie J. 4 years is too short but I enjoyed 
every minute. Thanks for being there for 
everything. I'll miss you. Main House you 
know who you are keep in touch. Love 
Always, Caudia 



Douglas James Hain 

Business Management /Politics / 
History 



Carolyn Haley 

Psychology / ,Elementary+Moderate 
Special Needs 
Mom, Dad, J,S,and M. Thanks for all 
the love and support you have given mt 
throughout the years. I will always 
remember the special friendships that 
we have made. Good Luck class of '96. 



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Barry Hardsog 

Cotnmunication 
It's better to burn out than to fade 
away. 



Jousha Heffron 

Business Manegement / Computer 
Science 
Thy hfe is full of challenges, Do not be 
afraid to accept thy challenges 
presented to thee, so you may feel the 
Exileration of victory. 



Ariane Henery 

Psychology/ Education/ Women's 
Studies 
Thanks to my family for being there for 
me. I love You! Love you Jon, now we 
can start our lives together. " Where 
there is a will there is away." 




Todd Justin Herz 



Justin P. Hughes 



Jim Inzirillo 

Communication/ Writing 
Special love to all friends + family. 
Anything for Love I &II, Party at Main 
House, Spring Fling 94, Spring Break 
96, accident w/ Dave, Inzy 500 1-3, 
Improv/ Fools (eee), I'll miss ya "Nose, 
BH, TW, KC, The Chicks. ( I did a bad 
thing) 



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David W. IrAvin 



Julie Ann Jimenez 

Psychology I Sociology 
Mom,D and Snowy, Thank you for 
eveything, I LOVE YOU! Claudia- 
we've grown, seen and been through a 
lot, I luv Ya Sis. To CM., A.L. and 
2nd floor Main House. I'll never forget 
you guys. It's been real. 



Susan C. Johnson 

Psychology I Special +Elementary 
Education 
Mom, Dad, Keith, Denise, Gail, and 
Luis- Thank you for all your love and 
support. I could not have done it 
without you. Ryan and Kyle you 
are the light in my life! 

I love you all!! 




Meghan Jones 

Communication I Music 
"Life is an adventure you just have to 
experience it." Program Board, Food 
Committe, J- Board, Student 
Embassador, Women Tennis. Thank 
you Mom, Dad, Dave, steph, and Louis. 
For supporting me in my goals, 
^ decicions, and growing. 

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Aaron P. Kant 



Greg Kealey 

Sociology I Psychology 




Amy Kearney 



Amy E. Kerr 

Business Manegement I 
Music /English 



Keith I. Richard 

Computer Graphics I Visual Arts 
4 Yrs. gone but the party ain't 
over. Thanks to all my friends, Digger 
don't look so miserable, Homey, Berry 
and post pub parties, KK. Triz,Tros, 
keep drinkin Tre! JB, KA. RB,JR, 
Thanks to the one who means every- 
thing JC, Thanks to my Mom+ Dad I 
love you, Bye Bye Camp Curry. 



Cristine M. Kelly 

Business Management I 
Communications 
Thanks Mom&Dad I couldn't have done 
it without you. I love You. To my 
brothers Brian& John thanks for 
eveything. Tom I Love You. Without 
my family I wouldn't be the person I 
am today. 




Gary Lafontaine 

Business Management 
What we learn, what may be. What we 
practice, we may see. But do welearn, 
all that we learn, then to practice, 
what we see. The Management Forum, 
TheProgramBoard OSP,IM,IB,SS, 
FM,MM,AC,KC,RC. Thank you to my 
parents, my family, my friends. 



Raymond La Placa 

Communications 
Thank you Grandma and Dad for 
everything you've done for me. I Love 
You. 



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Jerry Dean La^verence 

Graphic Design I Politics 
Cheerleading Capt., WMLN Director, 
OL94, Home Town friends at the 
Y.D. Thank you to all my friends & 
family wish you were here Nana. Let 
God lead the way and all be fine. Be 
sure you all come see me in the White 
House 



Stacy Layne 

Business Manegement I 
Communication /Music 
" What I am , I am not alone, What I 
do, I do alone." I love you Mom, Cristy, 
Doris + Jr., Joyce, Vicki, + Tyler. 
Thank You. 



Suzanne Lazzara 

Psychology / Elementary / Moderate 
Special Needs 
Never lose sight of your dreams. With 
heart and determination an3d;hing is 
possible. Thank you Mom, Rachele, and 
Jeff for all your love and support. To all 
my friends at Curry, thanks for four 
unforgettable years. 




Steve Leppo 

Business Management 



Laure Letourneau 

Business Managment I Accounting 
Thanks for everything Mom and Dad,. 
I Love you , both very much!! 
Lynne,Hakuna Mutada. 



Julie Ann Lund 

Nursing 
"H's those changes in latitudes, 
changes in attitudes, nothing remains 
quite the same, without of our running 
and all of our cunning, if we couldn't 
laugh, we would all go insane" 

Jimmy Buffett 



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Gus Lunedei 

Justice Studies/ Business 
Management / Environmental Studies 
[ have good memories and had great 
:imes. Thanks for everything 
Mom&Dad!!! 



Donna F. Lyder 

Nursing 
Goals are indeed attainable!! Eric thank 
you., I could not have done this without 
your love and support. Erin, Kim, Nareem, 
Sterling, Taneesha, and Nadine, Thank 
you for support and cooperation. Betty, 
Joan, Ann, Bev, Debbie, and Patricia. 
Thank you for your support and confidence. 
Special thanks to the most high for his 
love, wisdom, and Patience. 



Pamela J. Lynch 

English 
" Go confidently in your dreams live the life 
you have imagined." To call of my friends you 
made the four years very special. Thank you 
Mom and Dad I could have never made it this 
far without alll of your patience and support, 
you have given me every oppurtunity 
imaginable and I thank you. I have been able 
to live my dreams." Love U- Both. 






Suzanne M. MacLean 

Nursing I Psychology 
I want to thank my wonderful mother 
and boj^riend for all the love and 
support I recieved from them. I love 
them both very much and couldn't have 
done it without them. Thank You! 



Colette Mannion 

Nursing 
To my family, friends and my daughter 
who were there for me from the begin- 
ning, I thank you, Love Colette. 



Melinda McBride 

Sociology I Education 
That you're gonna have to go and find 
it. You'll have to dig beneath the 
ground. You'll have to unearth every 
ugly stone. That kept you on your own. 
And simple put them down.You're 
gonna have to look around. 

-Blue Travelers 



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Jennifer Lynn Mc Cauley 

Education 



Joseph A. Mc Donald 

Communication I Business 
Special thanks to: 

DM,RB,DG,PO,AL,JD,KM,ST,Trey. 
Extra thanks to: My family Danny, 
Mike,Kate,Mom,and Dad especially 
MOM and DAD. I owe you everything, 
thanks and I love you. 



Jay Mederos 

Business Mangement I Spanish 




Paul Meehan 

English I Writing I Sociology 



Greg Minkovitz 

Communications 
Homey's gratuating? Matty,Digga B 
drunkateers. All my friends-Thanks for 
5 yrs. of good times. Much love 
Mom, Dad, and Brad. Special Thanks to 
Curry Rugby. Writing wall, Last of 3rd 
fl. Lombard '91" Spring break Booken 
Beds in Disney." 



Danelle Marie Monticone 

Psychology /Education I Special Needs 
To my friends: "Good friends are hard 
to find, harder to leave and impossible 
to forget." Good Luck & I love you all!! 
Mom & Dad - Thanks for believing in 
me. I Love you. 



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Keith E. Moore 

Politics I History I English I Sociology 
Thank you:Mom, Chris, Courtney, Keryn, 
Kerri, and Mr. and Mrs.G. For giving me 
the strength and desire to fulfill my 
dreams;members of the faculty, staff, and 
administration for guiding me in my 
persuit of those dreams; And my friends 
who reminded me to have some fun along 
the way. All of you will remain in my heart 
and on my mind as dreams become reality 
and the days there after. 



Greg T. Morrow 



Marie P. Natale 




Mineer David Nessrella 

Business Management I Finance I 
Communication 
I'd like to thank my family and close 
friends, especially my parents, for 
giving me not only the memories but 
also the courage to believe. "For what is 
a man, what has he got, if not himself 
than he has not. "-Frank Sinatra 



Stacy E. O'Brien 

Psychology I Education Program 
Thank you Mom for all your love and 
support I couldn't have done it without 
you. 



Ted Papayani 

Business Managenment 
Thanks Mom and Dad for your love and 
support. It's to hard to say "good bye." 
So all I can say is "See Ya Later!" 



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Howard Pasternak 

Business /Politics /History 



Melissa D. Pitetti 

Psychology 
"Life is like a puzzle, each new experience 
is like a piece completed." To my friends, 
I'm so glad that I had the opportunity to 
meet all of you. I love you all and will hold 
your smiles and tears close to my heart 
always. Thanks for the great memories, 
you're the BestlMom, Dad, thanks for all 
your love and support. I couldn't have 
made it without the both of you. 



Jennifer L. Police 

Psychology 
Our meories of yesterday will last a lifetime. 
NS+ JL I will miss you both. Best Of Luck. 
MP thanks for being a great friend and 
roomate.NK you're real! PD + Kim C. from 
Scholars to Milton Hall-we did it!RB, Call, 
Egan, MU thanks for the great memories, 
and many more to come. MU What's going on 
right now? Ft. Myrs 96. Bruce I couldn't have 
done it without you. Dad you made it possible. 
I love You! 




Todd J. Rizzo 

Business Managment 
Life is but a word, what does it mean to 
you? It has been a great four years, 
thanks to all the people that supported 
me. Mom& Dad I couldn't have done it 
without you.Thank.s to MK. 



Thomas J. Robison 



Robyn Savage 

Psychology 
To all my friends, thanks for the 
wonderful times that are now just 
memories. To my parents- Thanks fro 
believing in me I love you both! 



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Rachel Schwartz 

Communications 
\nother time it might have been so 
iifferent if only we could do it all again 
)ut now it's just another fading 
nemory out of focus, though the outline 
5till remains. 



Elyse M. Shamah 



Joel E. Simon 




Peter John Solomon 

Criminal Justice /Politics /History 
Thanks for all the love and support-I 
finally made it!! HALLELUIA! 
"Glorious is the fruit of good labors." 
-Bible, Wisdom of Solomon-3:15. 



Melanie Speicher 

Nursing/ Psychology 
To all my friends, thanks for the great 
times and more to come. Thanks for all 
your love and support and 
encouragemnet Mom and Dad, I love 
you! Good luck class of 1996. 



Edwin J. Spreckelsen 

Business Manegment 
"May the four winds blow you safely 
home." 



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Mike Stier 

Communications 
Hillel said "If I am not for myself Who 
is for me? If am only for myself, what 
am I? If not now when?" 

-PirheAvot, 1:14 
"Ability is what you're capable of doing. 
Motivation determines what you do. 
Attitude determines how well you do 
it." -Lou Holtz 



Salvatore Terrezza 

Communications 
Thank you Mom and Dad. 



Sean Theissen 




Jennifer Lynne Tramposch 

Psychology I Education 
Thank you Dad for putting me through 
college. Thank you to my family for 
putting up with me. Thanks EDCIII. 



Matthew P. Urquhart 

Psychology I Sociology 
"Seize the Day!" R.W.'s D.P.S Thank you 
Mom and Kris for your love and support 
throughout the years. Dad I hope I've 
made you proud. To all my friends who 
have come and gone you've all made my 
four years great. N.K. you know how I 
feel! Good Luck Class Of '96. 



Matthew Van Riper 

Business 
Spud, Camel, DW7, Homie, Digger, 
Dan, Greg, Adam, Oaksie, Brownstone, 
Ferrandi, Papa, Theis, DeCoff Robison, 
Doogie, Chiara, Howard, Urquhart. 



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Joseph V. Vela 

Business Managment 
'o my family:! see things and I say 
\Vhy" but I dream things that never 
rare: and I say "why NOT." May the 
lessing of Ught be on all of you for all 
our support and encouragement 
hroughout my life. Samantha your love 
■ave the ability to get through the hard 
imes and laugh through the good times. 



James P. Walker 



Elizabeth A. Waldron 

Psychology/ Sociology 
Thanks to Mom, Dad, Frank, Nan, 
Reg, Pit, Steve, Thomas, Nana, 
Grandma, Auntie Jo, Uncle John, Col 
& Frank K, for all your support, I 
couldn't of done it without you guys! 
Best of luck to my dearest friends and 
Class of '96. 




Joanna L. Wedge 

Business Managment I Education 
Spring Fling 95-96, Homecoming 96- 
Poor Bemis, The Prank.NYC I love you 
Brian Mc Carthy, Mom, Dad, Chris- 
tma, Leah, Nicky ,Lauryn, Kerry- 
Thanks God! 



Todd Whiting 

Business Managment 



Tara Lynn Whittemore 

Psychology I Education Program 
"God grant me the serenity to accept 
the things I can not change, the 
courage to change the things I can, and 
the wisdom to know the difference." 



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Joanne M. Keefe-Wigmore 

Nursing 
Thank you Steve for your love and 
support. Thanks Lynne & Stevie for 
your love & patience. Thank you 
Jimmy, Dina, Donna, & Harry. 



June Wilson 

Business Managment 
Let's use our head— and follovvr our 
heart. Hurray for the Honors Program 
and Continuing Education. 



Jodi L. Wincer 

Managerial Communication /Psych 
Thanks Mom, Dad and Jen-I love you. 
To my friends, I'll miss ya guys and all 
the laughs. Good luck, remember, life 
dosen't come with instructions. 
Foxwoods? KH yup, yup, yup. To the 
hockey team-There's always next year. 




Jeffrey Wood 



Katerina Zambidis 



Dorothy Marie Zuppe 

Nursing 
Mom and Dad thank you for all your 
love, support and money? Barb-We had 
fun didn't we? Timmy-you mean 
ever3d;hing to me, I'll always love. 



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Matt La Greca 

Business 

It's been great, glad to be gone. 

Thanks Mom and Dad. Kim Love Ya! 
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Dave N. hard at work, making sure the grounds look great for 

Gratuation!! 



Dear Senior Class of 1996. 

Many people have committed a great deal of time and effort to make 
our senior year special for each of us. As the senior class president, II 
have spent a great deal of time planning and running many of the 
senior events. 

It was not an easy task but thankfully I had special people as my I 
class officers and representatives who helped to make this an incred* 
ible year. 

Four years ago, I walked into the Miller Gymnasium a scrawny 
young boy from East Boston who didn't believe he belonged or that it 
would make any kind of difference if he was here or not. But after a 
while through the love and understanding of some great people here 
I learned that I did belong, and by writing this letter, I know that I 
did make a difference. We owe much to the Curry Community and I 
am going to do everything I can to make sure that the next scared kid 
has an even better experience than I did. 

I would like to thank two people to whom I owe ever5d:hing, my 
mother and father, who sacrificed everything to make this day pos- 
sible for me. I thank you both and love you with all my heart. I would 
like to end by thanking and congratulating my fellow classmates. 
This may be the last chance to tell you, that there is a special place in 
my heart for all of you. 

Your Friend and Classmate 
Anthony Chiaradonna 
Senior Class President 



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UNDERCLASSMAN 





Junior Class 



This year the Junior class was involved in many 
fundraising efforts. October was the month of Homecoming 
and we were promoting mugs, pom poms and face painting. 
Later in the month the college celebrated Family Weekend 
and we there selling mugs of hot chocolate during the 
football game. At the end of the month, we sponsored 
Halloween Candy Grams. 

During the next semester we celebrated February, 
the month of love, by selling flowers accompanied with 
messages of love. In March, April and May, we continued 
making bundles of money with Exam Aides, Earth Day T- 
shirts and Tarot cards. We would like to thank everbody 
for supporting us. We were very successful and pulled our 
class out of debt. 

Now we extend our congratulations to the 
graduating class of 1996. It has been a pleasure working with 
you and we wish you the best of luck in the future. Thank 
you for helping us learn the ways of the world. 

Christina Tamasi 
Junior Class President 





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Sophomore Class 



The 1995-1996 year was a hard but 
successful year. We as a class raised some 
money for the class by selling stickers and key 
chains. 

I would like to thank Keith Moore, 
Joyce Sangery, and other members of the 
Student Government Association for a success- 
ful year. I would also like to thank the rest of 
the officers for all the hard work and the help 
they gave me. I would like to wish to Peter 
Votto and the rest of the class the best of luck 
in the future. 

Matt Chant 
Class President 









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Freshmen Class 



Upon entering Curry, the new faces of the 
freshmen class had many new challenges to face and 
expectations to overcome. We began the semester 
with the Student Government elections realizing that 
the students did have a voice. The challenge of 
waking up for a 8:30 early moming class was eventu- 
ally conquered with time. We survived the new living 
arrangements and got passed the idea of once again 
sharing a room. 

With all the new faces, ideas and images 
that we freshmen had to absorb, we also learned to 
deal with environmental change. We look forward to 
a new president to help lead us in the right direction 
and raise our spirits to make Curry all that it can be. 

Allison McManus 
Treasurer 



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'Tou Who Are The Athletes" 

To hope and to pray will not get you by 

for a bird without wings cannot hope to fly. 
Build on your strengths and hide what is weak, 

for a mountain hides pebbles yet shows off it's peak. 
None has succeeded who has not ever failed 

and you will know both for they walk the same trail. 
Strengthen your body but neglect not your mind 

for they are not separate, a fact you will find. 
Repetition, repetition, repetition I repeat, 

is the best method known for mastering a feat. 
So give your best effort and be satisfied, 

for not more you can give if your best you have tried. 
It is said of a winner he or she's not born but made, 

yet who is the maker of this Double "A" Grade. 
All of that I know there is nothing more true 

if a winner you are then the maker is you. 
And should you know victory forget not the rest, 

who aided your growth when you started your quest. 
Individuals are unique but it's the team that counts, 

for unity is strength and yields more amounts. 



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Women's Tennis 95' 



The Curry Tennis team ended the 
season with a 9-4 record (4-2 CCC) in 
1995. Senior Paula Gibbons #1 player 
had a impressive 14-2 singles play and 
23-6 overall Senior captain Suzanne 
Lazzara, 17-6 in her final year. Senior 
captain Robin Browne overall record 



was 17-8. Kim Cohen, senior, sports a 
11-9 record. Senor Meghan Jones 
ended the year with a 3-1 singles while 
senior Tara Claps is 4-1 in doubles 
play. We wish the best to the seniors. 
And to the one's we leave behind! 
by- Paula Gibbons 





Shawnte Anderson, Robin Browne, Tara Claps, Kim Cohen, Paula Gibbons, Meghan Jones, Saori Kanbayashi, Suzanne Lazzara, Coach: Marlene 
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lennie Cato, Steven Bailey, Dan Qilson, Jason Vigeant, Rick Molea, Jason Dube, Cris Mazzone, Mike Hayes, Jay Medeiros, Jim Qriffin, Micheal 
^ubin, Rodriguez Wagner, Anthony Burke, Mike Leone, A.J. Viera, Jim Ewell, Chris Reino, Chris Nc Adoo, Daniel Cotter, Jason Altavesta, Rich Rose, 
like DeCoffe, Aron Beer, John Ostrowoski, Brian Trudley, Joe Lampson, Ted Papayani, Matt Menchen, David Qodino, Jay Stanton, Adam Bel- 
nonte, Brian Castellano, Jason Oullete, Justin nickerson, Tewfic Kattan, Joe Viauso, Ray Peltier, Chuck Eaton, Juan Rivera, John Bateman, Kieth 
Shepard, Rob, Bredeson, Robert Saunders, Dewey Holmes, Matt Gramlich, Adam Decruz, Aaron Rand, Tom Holton, Andrew Falvey, Head Coach: 
:hris House Assistants: Marc Kolb, Zach Kraft, Matt McMamara, James Wilcon, Mike Reagan, Dave Maimaron, Kevin O'Connell 





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Women's Soccer 1995 

We came into the 1995 season with high expectations. We had fifteen returning players, nine of them were starters. 
Our schedule was tough, but after our 13-8 record in 94 we were striving for a better record. We ended up with 7-13 
record, falling short of our expectations. However, our record is not ail indicative of the team. In many games we out 
played our opponents, out hustled our opponents and yet somehow came short at the end. There is no doubt that 
anyone who got an opportunity to see the 1995 squad play, walked away thinking-Wow- what a great team! We have 
three graduating seniors, all of who will be greatly missed. Cara Egan, an individual who could always spark the team 
when she was on the field, Samantha Good, a real hero to her team and Karen Callaghan, An incredible player and a 
real team leader. But after finishing up the season on a positive note, winning the MAIAW tournament, with a win over 
Wellesley College 1-0 in the championship, our confidence is also high. 

Andrea Zeigler 

Coach 



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Amanda Budnik, Rebecca Clifford, Nancy Spring, Debra Keenan, Karen Callaghan, Karen Mackay, Kendrea Shaw, Jennifer l,awlor, 
Melina Magazzu, Heather Boler, Juliann Murphy, Korrie Jakoboski, Erin Foley, Kristen McDonough, Christine Flacidi, Sarah, Dona- 
hoe, Samatha Qood, Sue Boerman, Cara Egan, Head Coach: Andrea Zeigler Assistant: Kim Hamilton 





Men's Soccer 
Team 1995 



1995 Commonwealth Coast 
Conference Champions 



Tony Caruso 

Peter Magazza 

Javier Pineda 

Soner Taskaya 

Drew Lalor 

Jason Lawerence 

Patrick Sadr 

Esteban Reyes 

Matt Sills ( captain ) 

Bruce Whitney (captain ) 



Matt Bondy 
Bryan Sisbarro 
Tomayo Hernam 
GregWolkoff 
Drew Reynolds 
Tad Holland I 
Drew Curtis 
Lucas Rameaka 
Mike Sullivan 



Head Coach: Peter Vasiliadis 
Assistant: Artie Aaron 





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Curry College 
Hockey 95-96 




The Hockey team's first road trip of 
the new year was to Alabama, 
where Mike Deagle was honored as 
player of the week and Mike Maganaro 
as rookie of the week. Deagle was the 
highest scorer of the hockey team with 
a total of 33 points. 

The big win of the season was against 
Fitchburg State. It was the first time 
Curry hockey had defeated the team in 
years. 

Good luck to the seniors! 





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and assistant coach Ed Evans looks 

on at a game. 



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Curry College Hockey Team 

/Like Lane, Colin Doherty, Ted Ahola, Aaron Eastman, Ron Altervesta, Jeff Whipple, Tom Agost, 
Jill Hart, Eric Scallesse, Jarred Redford, Caleb Wyse, Matt Barry, Mike Weis, Mike Deagle, 
)amon Ferranti, Mike Chiaradonna, Greg McKeever, Jamie Walker, Jim Najarian, Anthony 
:;hiaradonna, Mike Trotorella, Scott Supple, Bobby McDade, Jake Lament, Jayson Petroni, 
'hanasi Sarris, Mike Maganaro, Jason Altervasta. 



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Men's Basketball Team 95-96 



Brian Ferris 

Stanley Gerald 

Milo Hechanova ( captain) 

Phillip Kennedy 

Charlie McKinnies 

Matt Morse 

Mike Nolan ( captain) 

Aaron Roy 

Oliver Vil 

Rick Molea 

Head Coach: Jerry Morelli 
Assistant Coach: Kevin O'Connell 






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Women's Basketball 
95-96' 



At the end of the season the 
women's basketball team ended 
their season with the record of 12- 
11. The highlight of the season was 
their trip to Southern Maine to play 
ranked Southern Maine and 
Bowdin. Unfortunately, the CCC 
League Tournament was not 
sucessful and they lost in the first 
round to Gordan College. 

Bes . of Luck to the Seniors 
Cara Egen and Karen Callaghan, 
who each scored over 1000 points in 
their Curry careers. 
Congratulations!!! 





Sports 



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women's b-ball team had, but Cara say's she is also 
a great sister too!! 



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1995-1996 Women's Basketball Team 

Karen Callaghan, Cara Egan, Jen Lawlor, Sara Donoghue, Colleen Thompson, 
Erin Donaliue,and Megan McGeer. 
Coaches: Terri Muilikan and Nancy Munroe 



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Cunys 
Softball 96' 




The 1996 Curry College Softball 
season was one to remember and a good one 
for the record books. The team ended with a 
season of 27-7 , which set a new record for the 
most wins ever by a Curry Softball Team 
and the most wins by any Curry athletic 
team. The team also set the program's record 
for the longest winning streak with 18 
straight victories. The season included a 
successful Spring Break Training Trip to Ft. 
Myers, Florida. 

Leadership was provided by the two 
senior captains, Jennifer Police and Melissa 
Pitetti. Four players were named to the 
Commonwealth Coast All- Conference 
Team, Michelle Maiocca, Adrienne Tiemey, 
Jamie Friske, and Jennifer Police. The 
combination of fourteen returning players 
from the 1996 team along with a strong 
recruiting class, gives high hopes for the 
1997 season. 

Head Coach: Bruce Weckworth 








Captains: Jennifer P. and Melissa P 



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1996 Softball Team: 

usan Boerman, Amanda Budnik, Jennifer Calardo, Nina Carchidi, Tara 
inelli, Jamie Friske, Vanessa Gasior, Nealy Koumanelis, Michelle 
[iaocca, Kristen McDonough, Melissa Pietti, Jennifer Police,Katie Ross, 
aurie Southmayd, Adrienne Tierney, and Nicole Woessner. 




Head Coach: 
Bruce Weckworth 
Assist. Coach: 
Karjm Donga 



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Lacrosse Team 1996 



Chris Kelly 


Mike Sullivan 


Brad Gleason 


GregWolkoff 


Bill Barrett 


Eric Brown 


Rich Walsh 


Andrew Brucker 


Damon Ferranti 


Adam Bedell 


David Mc Aleer 


Sean Doherty 


Charles Roberts 


Joe Ferrandi 


Sean Theissen 


Scott Delaney 


Ray Peltier 


Keith Inchierca 


Adam De Filippo 


Tim Lynch 


Brian Castellano 


Vincent Vacca 


Mike Disario 


Jason Staton 


Dan Cotter 


Ron Altavesta 


Head Coach: 


Jim Wilcon 


Assistant Coach 


Cooper Morrow 





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Men's Baseball 
Team 1996 



Mike Aubin 


Justin Nickerson 


Karl Bussey 


Ted Brown 


Tim Carter 


Jay Ouellette 


Jay Conners 


Mike Osso 


Chris Conrad 


Ronnie Neff 


JeffDeRosa 


Keith Tracy 


Matt Follis 


A.J. Viera 


Ed Hagerty 


Chris Reino 


John Lacey 


Mike Mc Cartney 


Mike Mancuso 


Greg McNeil 


Head Coach: Jack Vallely 


Assistant Coach 


Brian Vallely 




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Men's Tennis Team 

1996 



Tom Agost 

William Carpenter - ( Captain ) 

James Cohen 

Brian Culp 

Carlos Moreno 

Trent Scott 

Benjamin Poinier 

Adam DeCruz 

Coach: Ned Twining 





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Cheerleading '95 



Amy Sonanski 

Engi Mailor 

Melissa Cahill- Sinstein 

Deirdra Suter 

Kate Hevey 

Jen Camerlim 

Erin Nordeste 

Jerry Lawerencec 




STUDENT ACTIVTIES 




Residence Life 





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student Government 




President - Keith Moore 
Treasurer - Brian Schmulen 
Secratary - Lynne DeMapoli 



Executive Board 

Vice President - Andrew Brucker 

Vice President of Program Board - Stacey Layne 

Parlimentarian - Jamie Vasoll 





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Association 1995-1996 




Senior Class Officers 



President - Anthony Chiaradonna 
Vice President - Howard Pasternak 
Treasurer - Ted Papyanni 
Secretary - Elizabetli Waldron 



Representative - Kerri Qiannetti 
Representative - Elise Shamma 
Representative - Paula Gibbons 
Representative - David Messralla 





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Junior Class Officers 
President - Christina Tamasi Representative - Brian Kampel 

Vice President - Sasha Oushinsky Representative - Safara Fisher 

Treasurer - Marie Brooks Representative - Asa Leighton 

Secretary - Heather Coomb Representative - Kristine Plaistowe 






Sophomore Class Officers 
President - Matt LaDuke Representative - Erich Bachman 

Vice President - Matt Chant Representative - Jack Curleth 

Treasurer - Brad Qleason Representative - Mish Douglas 

Secretary - Heather Carlton Representative - Peter Votto 



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Freshman Class Officers 
President - Sean Cronin Representative - Dennis Keenan 

Vice President - Brian Schaad Representative - Monica Myers 

Treasurer - Allison McManus Representative - Thanasi Sarris 

Secretary - Andrea Aronson Representative - Amanda Simpson 





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The Madwomen Of Chaillot 
By: Curry Theater 




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Mulitcultural 
Club 



The Multicultural Club truly 
represented Curry College in 1995-96. 

To the classes of 1996, 97 it's 

never to late to join us. 

To all of our fans, trust, you know 
what to do.... 
Just stop frontin' on this live crew. 




The Currier Times 





Editors-in-Chief- 

John Spooner and MaryAnn Flammia 





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The Currier Times Staff 



Co-Editors-in-Chief 



Mary Ann Flammia 
& John Spooner 
Shari Gunsberg 
Staff 

Jessica McGuinty 
Kristina Arria 
Chris Mazzone 
Aaron Beer 
Laura Ingles 
Staff 



Business/Advertising 
News Editor 
Features Editor 
A & E Editor 
Op-Ed Editor 
Sports Editor 
Photo Editor 
Layout Editor 
Staff Photographers 

Andrew Rowley & Charlie Homberger 
Reporters 

Sandra Ahern 

Kerry Corrigan 

Abigail Dath 

Sean Dummit 

Nadine Gerstler 

Craig Halwachs 

Greg Hood 

Drew Mayberry 

Patrick Peterson 

Chris Mazzone 

Faculty Advisor 

Marcy Kornreich 



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MEN'S RUGBY CLUB 




Asa Leighton, Rob Bachelder, Mike Hopkins, Ben Jenkins, Catain: Jeff Wood, Brian Findley, 
Dave DeSanctis, Jeff Buxton, John Cody, Jason Antonio, Jamie Duquette, Tom Robison, Pete Moran, 

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Program Board 




1995-1996 



The Major all- campus programming body. Program Board is a 
group of students who organize and sponsor quality social and educa 
tional programming for the college community. During this past aca- 
demic year we organized some of the best events that Curry has ever 
had including, New York Bash, Comedy Nights, Sunday Cinema, j 
Drive-in Movies, Day trips. Mystic Week, Frost Fest, speakers, and 

best of all. Spring Fling. 

We hope you remember these forever !!! 



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staff List: 

Michele AmbrosiiK 

Robert Bachelder 

Andrew Merlack 

Thomas Brady 

Jef Cibulski 

Michele DiFraia 

John Lacey 

Stacy Layne 

Asa Leighton 

Paula Moore 

Ted Papayani 

Paula Riccelli 

Jamie Vasoll 




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Business 
Management Forum 



The Business Management Forum is 
3pen to all majors and Continuing Edu- 
:ation students. The Forum's goal is to 
Drovide networking opportunities which 
may lead to internships and /or careers 
after graduation. The Management Fo- 
rum meets once a week to discuss the 
future of management in present day so- 
ciety and often invites local professionals 
to speak. 

Annual trips to Boston area business 
landmarks are scheduled according to 
the groups desire, but two mainstay are 
the Federal Reserve and the Stock Ex- 
change. The president for 1995-96 was 
Sophomore Craig Holtz. 



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Jamie Walker, the night of the pub, turned to Nicole and 
asked if he had won the lottaiy! ! ! 



Cara Egen gets shy doing a speech, 
in Dr.Foumier Senior Seminar. 




WE COULDN'T DECIDE EHICH GUY, KIETH OR DAN 

LOOKED THE WORSE. 



Never say Goodbye 

Do you remember how we were? 

Young, wild and free 
Those times are now memories 

As I take that final walk 
As I close yet another chapter in our lives 
All I want to say is thank you: 
Thank you for sharing my victories 
Thank you for helping me in sorrow 
Thank you for the laughs 
and all around support 

Thank you for adding your smile to my day 

Even if yours was rotten 
Thank you for adding a bond in frienship 
My life is better knowing you 

My life here is through 

but if there is one thing 

that I will take away 

is the bonding and memories 

That made me who I am 

As I start to leave on that walk 
I need you one last time 
one last favor; 
Never Say Goodbye 

-Jim Inzirillo 





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To the Senior Class of 96': 

When we think back about our time at Curry College, 
we may miss our classroom experiences. We may miss the 
Spring Fling weekends. We may even miss term papers 
and final exams. There are many things we miss, but one 
thing is certain... we will all miss our life-long friends we 
made at Curry. 

We came from different places and we all had different 
backgrounds. Some of us played sports or joined clubs, and 
some of us didn't. We were all individuals, and we did what 
we liked . But as time went by, the more we changed, the 
more we became the same. 



Curry College may be far away, but it will always have 
a place in our hearts. Our memories will always remain 
frozen in time; but our lives, and the lives of our friends, 
will burn bright as our college dreams become reality. 
Curry College is a place we probably didn't know about for 
most of our lives; but will remember it forever. 



jj Keith Moore - S.G.A.- President 



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SPECIAL EVENTS 




Program for Adv 



As President of Curry College, it is n-iy great pleasure to welcome 
you to the gala celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary ofthe Program 
for Advancement of Learning (PAL). For a quarter-century, this program 
has brought distinction to Curry and life-changing opportunity to 
generations of bright, able college students with learning disabihties. With 
the help of a creative and dedicated faculty, our PAL students have built 
success from uniqueness and strength from difference. In so doing, they 
have enriched in profound ways the intellectual and interpersonal 
environment in which every Curry student learns and develops. 

I join with the entire Curry community to recognize the 
achievements of all our students and alumni, and to honor the gifted 
faculty who teach them and who will continue to learn with them, as we 
look forward to the next 25 years. 

Catherine W. Ingold 





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Andrea Baldi, '82; M.Ed., '92 

Ned Bradford 

David Fcdo 

Chawncr Hurd 



Catherine W. ingold 

Bob MacNeil, '71 

Tracey Palmer 

Susan Pcnnini, M.Ed. '84 



Lesley Phipps 

Karin Silk, '94 

Kathy Cassidy Wilmot, 77; M.Ed. '95 



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25th Anniversary 



Robert H. Connelly 

Geraldine M. DeAngelis 

Frederick L. DeMarco, '65 

Dr. Allan L. DesRosiers, '62 

Melvin B. Drapkin 
Gregory F. Galvin, Esq., '62 



Curry College Trustees 

Dr. Herbert Greif (Hon.) 

Dr. David Jeffries 

Pauline R. Kenney 

Timothy O. Lee, '89 

William A. Levin 

Dr. Robert D. McNally (Hon.) 

William W. Napier, '92 



Dr. Robert R. Pauley (Hon.) 

George W. Perkins, II, '52 

Roy K. Publicover, '68 

Anne M. Richardson 

John J. Santilli, '71 

Kathryn M. Sardella, '67; M. Ed., '81 



Rent A Senior 



"Going once, going twice, sold!" 
That was the sound to be heard at 
Rent A Senior on Feb. 28th. This 
fundraiser was sponsored by the 
Senior Class to raise money to defray 
the cost of Senior Week. 

The crowd was great! And 
there were many seniors that spent 
long hours cleaning, slaving, and 
cooking for their rentees. Thanks for 
all the support. 




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On February 15, 1996, the senior class gathered to celebrate 96 days 'til graduation at the "96 tc 
96 Pub" held at the ARC. The evening began at 8:30 P.M., and we started the night with cheese, crackers 
and wine! The 1996 Class toasted our days left at Curry at midnight. The night was the start of the 
celebration to come for the Class of '96. And what a celebration it turned out to be!! 




"Say Cheese!! 



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October 20-23, 1995 





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Greetings and Introductions- 
Keith Moore and Andrew Brucker 




Ambassador of the Year- Kate Hevey 
I'resented by David Giovanella 




Invocation- Debra Lee Garren, College Chaplin 




Community Service Award- 
Sandra Ahem 
Presented by Alice Swett 



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Athletic Awards, Colonel Pride- 
Melissa Pitetti and Steven Wells 



Scholar Athletes-Suzanne 
Lazzara and Jay Medeiros 



Female Athlete of the Year- 
Karen Callaghan 




Faculty Achievement Award- 
Susan Pennini and Ernst Silver 



Senior Class Recognition and 
Student Choice Award- 
Joyce Sangrey 



Yearbook Dedication- 
Curry Cummunity 
Presented by Elizabeth Waldron 



College Community Achievement Awards: 



Award for Teaching Excellence- Bill Flavin 
Faculty Professional Development Award- 
Alan Anderson 
Office Employees Council Award- Helen Howard 
Outstanding Resident Student- Adam Rothenberg 
Marguerite A. Majors Distinguished Service 
Award- 
Kerri Giannetti and Jim Inzirillo 



Outstanding Leadership Award- Keith Moore 



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Theater Arts Award- 
Kerry Corrigan and John Doherty 



Excellence in Nursing- Meg Mulhgan- 
Currier and Donna Frances Lyder 





Management Award- Amy Kerr 



Public Relations Award- 
Thomas Robison 
Presented by Michele Perrault 



Communication Award - 

Stacey La3aie 
Presented by George Wharton 



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Athlete of the Year 

Outstanding Commuting Student 

Class of 1985 Scholarship 

Hafer Memorial Scholarship 

Publicover Family Scholarship 

Class of 1995 Recognition Award 

Drapkin Scholarship 

Smith Memorial 

Edward H. Hastings Memorial Scholarship 

Thomas Radley Scholarship 



Bruce Whitney 
Andrea Aronson 
Christina Campbell 
Heather Morin 
Denise Watson 
Andrea Aronson 
Heather Coombs 
Deirdre Suter 
MattRae 
Elizabeth Morrison 




Gladys Martinez Memorial 

Scholarship- Liz Morrison 
Presented by Russell Pregeant 



Mentoring Partnership Award- 

Autmn Bundle 
Presented by Roberta Kosberg 



Vivian C. Jewett Scholarship- 
Elena Hickey 
Presnted by Carol Wedell 




Essential Skills Model of Excellance Award- 
Anthony Chiardonna, Barbara Eaton, Charles 
Eaton, Kieth Moore, and Jodi Wincer 
Presented by Ben Dobbs 




Broadcasting Awards- Ray LaPlaca 
Becky Reynolds, and Rob Hakala 



Dean Cecil Rose Scholarship- 
Nicholas Stamoulos 
Presented by Debra Lee Garren 



Leader Sandler Scholarship 
Shapiro Scholarship 
Benjamin Gordon Scholarship 
PAL Fund 

Faculty & Staff Scholarship 
Arts Journal Awards 

English Awards 



Elizabeth Morrison 

Elizabeth Kilroy & Laura Ainsworth 

Joseph White & Denise Watson 

Aaron Beer & Benjamin Poinier 

Elizabeth Morrison 

Ben Greenwald, A.J. Rand, Kerry Corrigan, 

Rachel Bernard, Thomas Joyce, Keith Moore 

Shannon Frye & Karen Chmielinski 



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Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 




Kristina Arria, Barbara Eaton, MaryAnn Flammia, Elena R. Hickey, John P. Lacey, Mama L. MacLean, 
David Nessralla, John Spooner, LynneDiNapoli, Safara Fisher, Kerri J. Giannetti, AmyE. Kerr, Suzanne 

Lazzara, Elizabeth Morrison, Rebecca Reynolds 

Alexander Grahan Bell Honor Society 




Autumn Bunche, Kerry Corrigan, Jason Kenwood, Janet Newman, Margaret O'Bjane-Nelson, Maureen 

Powers-Maiocco, William Carpenter, Evelyn Foley, Donna Lyder, Stacey O'Brien, Ann Marie Skehill, 

Maureen Yamartino, Kristine Celona, Mama MacLean, Rebecca Reynolds, Safara Fisher, Natasha 

Ovshinsky, 



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Person of the Year Award 1996 




Patrick Donovan 



AccountingAward 
Academic Merit Douglas Hain, 
Experiential Education Award 
Fine and Applied Arts Awards 
Politics and History Award 
Psychology Award 
Sociology Award 



Christine Kelly 

Joseph White, Stacey Layne 

J. P. Pappadopoulos & Elizabeth Morrison 

Kristin Gilmartin, Deirdre Suter, Elyse Shamah 

Kieth Moore 

Suzanne Lazzara 

William Ted Holland 



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Spring Fling '96 
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Sports Awards 

On May 6th, in the Parents Lounge, the senior 

athletes gathered for the first time to celebrate each 

of their accomplishments. Some of the awards which 

were presented included Athletes of the Year, 

Bruce Whitney and Karen Callaghan. And Scholar 

of the Year Suzanne Lazzara and Jay Medeiros. 






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Fling was held at 
Westhaver Park. This 
year's theme was "A 
Touch of Spring". The 
bands which played 
were The I -Tones, 
The Bogmen, & Red- 
wood. There was 
plenty of excitement, 
including the thrill 
swing ride, velcro 
obstacle course, booths 
and games and all 

sponsored by 

different classes and 

clubs. The day turned 

out to be a very 

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This year the Spring Fhng dance and dinner was 

held at The Westin Hotel in Waltham,MA. This 

evening was one of the best times I had at any 

school event in my four years at Curry. 

It was a great way for friends to gather and dance 

the night away! 




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SeniorWeekl996 



Senior Week started on 
Tuesday, May 14, 1996. At 4:00 pm. 
members of administration, faculty, 
and the Class of '96 gathered at the 
Presidents' home for refreshments. 

It was a great way to start off 
the week because not only did the 
Senior Class have time to spend 
with their favorite professors for one 
last time. But we were also 
welcomed by Bob O'Neil to the 
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Robin Brown makes herself at home 
at the President's Reception. 




Bob O'Neil gathers around with the future Alumni . 



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Time: 9:30 -5:00 pm 
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Odyssey Cruise 

Date:Thmsday, May 16th 

Time: 5:45- 11:30 

Place: Odyssey, Rowes Wharf 



An elegant harbor 
cruise including dinner and 
dancing and a beautiful view 
i iof the Boston harbor, the 
Odyssey Cruise night was 
filled with lots of laughs and 
great times. But, the night 
wasn't over, we went back to 
campus for the After Dark 
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Joey and Maria's 
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Date: Friday, May 17th 

Time: 6pm- 1 1pm 
Place: North End, Boston 




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Field Day Concert, May 1 7th. 

Dave B. and Bret C. listen to great music 

performed by Dave Binder. 



Portia and Paula taking a stroll 
at the clambake . 




Nicole and Chiara "cutting rug!!' 



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Good Times Emporium on May 16th. 

Robin B. and Cara E., 

enj oy kicking Kieth's ! ! 





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Curry College 

Division of Nursing Studies 
Pinning Cermony 

Saturday, May 18, 1996 






The Curry College 
Opened the Division of 
Nursing Studies in 
1977. The program was 
granted the 
baccalaureate program 
in 1979, and the first 
class graduated in 1983. 
Full approval by the 
Massachusetts State 
Board of Registration in 
Nursing was granted in 
late 1983, and the 
program became 
accredited by the 
National League for 
Nursing in April, 1984. 



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Presentation and Poetry Reading by: 
Linda Jarvis-Randall, 






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Jean Marie Devine,RN. with 
Joan Carr Smith 




Guest Speaker: 
Lauren Williams, R.N.,M.S 



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Sunday, May the nineteenth 

nineteen hundred and ninety-six 

10:00 a.m. at Academic Quadrangle. 



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National Anthem song by: 
Amy Kerr 



Invocation by: 
Russell Pregeant 




Class Orator: 
Mineer David Nessrella 



Greeting: 
Dr. Catherine W. Ingold 



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Presentation of Class Gift: Anthony Ernst 
Chiaradonna, Class President 



Commencement Address: John F. Kerry, United States Senator 




Salutatorian: June Wilson 



Valedictorian: Suzanne Lazzara 



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Madeline C. Wong: Doctor of Human Letters 



"New Era Award": Keith Moore 




Robert H. Quinn, Esquire: Doctor of Laws 



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Graduation Day is 
^ day we will 
never forget. It 
came and went so 
quickly. After spending 
four or more years 
preparing for this special 
day, these pictures 
hopefiiUy will trigger the 
joyous memories we have 
of our now alma mater. 
From the expressions on 
the faces, it seems that 
many of us were in a 
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



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Dear Tbdd, 

You light up our lives with your 

wonderful smile and always try to go 

that extra mile. 

Our lives have been blessed because 

of you and we want you to know we 

love all that you do. 

Your warmth and humor will get you 

far so go for you're dreams and reach 

for a star. 



We love you, 
Joyce & Dad, 
Mom & Tony, 
Josh & Heather 




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We are very proud of you and all your 
accompllshnients, especially the 
completion of this chapter in your life of 
graduating from Curry College. 

We all love you and are sure your future will be 
filled with love, happiness, 
fortune, and good health. 

As a reminder, always carry with you the 

important advice we have given 

you throughout life -- WEAR YOUR HELMET! 



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Mom, Dad, Donna, John 
Natalie, Jaclyn, 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

STEVEN 
CIESIELSKI 

AFTER MANY YEARS 

OF HARD WORK 

YOUR GOAL 

OF GRADUATING WITH THREE 

MAJORS HAS BEEN ACHIEVED 

WITH THAT SAME ETHIC YOU WILL BE 

SUCCESSFUL IN 
WHATEVER ENDEAVOR YOU 

PURSUE 

CARPE DEEM 

DAD 



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Charlie, 

Congratulations & best 
wishes that the future will 
bring you the success & hap- 
piness you deserve. 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Bob, Dan, 
Marylou, Brian, Maureen & 
little Daniel 





Shari, 

We are so very proud 

of you. We wish you 

a bright future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Meredith, Rachel 

and Teddy 



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Congratulations, Barry!! 

See you at the Oscars! 




Love, Mom, Dad, Brian, Grandma, Grandpa 
and Stephanie Robin 



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RAYMOND LAPLACA 

UPON YOUR ATTAINMENT OF THIS 

MILESTONE IN YOUR LIFE. 

MUCH SUCCESS 

IN YOUR FUTURE! 

LOVE, 

DAD 



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Congratulations and sincere good wishes on 
your achievement. Wishing you every success in the 
future. 
Love, Mommie 



To the Governor, 

Congratulations! You have tried and succeeded! Yoi 

have grown academically and spiritually. We are so verj 

proud of you, especially on this great event of youi 

graduation. May you always be as happy as you an 

today. It certainly has 

been a journey of strength 

and belief in yourself. 

You have won, David you 

have won! 

All our love, 
jgg Your Family 




"Success is to be measured not so much by 
the position that one has reached in Hfe as 
by the obstacles that one has overcome 

while trying to succeed." Booker T. Washington 



Congratulations Pam! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Nancy 




I Dear Trent, 

Most proud of your many 

accomplishments. 

Here is to a most happy future!!!!! 

Love, Dad and Mom 



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Dear Autumn- 
Congratulations! 

None of us can believe that 

your four years have come and 

gone so quickly. Looking forward 

to having you back in the U.K. 

With Love From All 

Your Family 




Kerri Giannetti 

Four years have passed very quickly and there is still 

more to come . For you time will have 

no meaning since your education will continue. This 

is just the beginning. 

We are very proud and love you very much. 

Mom, Dad, Larry, Kristen, and Jimmy 

Keith Moore 

Adversity has never deterred you; only made 

you more determined. You will succeed. 

Much luck and encouragement 

The Giannetti Family 



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Nicole, 
It seems like just yesterday you 
were just a little 
girl and now your graduating college. 
We are so proud of you and want 
i^ou to always have Health, Love,& Hap- 
piness. 
Congratulations. 
Love, Mom, Dad, & Kristen 




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Dear Steve, 
We are so proud of you. 

Good Luck! ! 

We love you very much. 

Mom, Dad, 

Amy 
and Greg 



Congratulations Greg! 

You've come quite a long way 

and surly you must know now 

that the wishes your heart makes 

can certainly be a reality. 

We are very, very , very proud of 

all 

that 

you've accomplished and all 

that you are. 

Lots of love, 
Mon, Dad, & Shannon 



Dear Peter 
Words cannot express our 

deep 
pride in your outstanding 

accomplishments- 
May God continue to bless 

and guide you!! 

Mom, Dad, David, Stephen 

+ Rosemarie 



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Renee, 
We are very proud of 
you and your 
accomplishments ! 
May health, 
happiness and 
success be with you 
always. 

Congratulations ! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Lani 





Dear Ronnie, 

Dad and I wish to congratulate 

you on this happy and memorable 
occasion. We hope that your 
future will be promising and health- 
ful. Your family is so proud of you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 
XO 



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Congratulations Kristen 

We're so proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Eric, 

and Brian 




"Kristen's first day of 
school." 



Dear Elizabeth: 

We are all so proud of you, 

you really KA'd 

Love: 

Mom, Dad, Frank, Nancy, 

Regina, Patricia, Steve, 

Thomas, Grandma and Nana 




I've watched you grow over the 

years from this young, wonderful 

Httle boy, always with a smile. 

To a handsome, intelligent and 

caring man. I have great pride in 

all your accomplishments, it 

makes a Mom real proud. Good 

luck and make all yourdreams 

come true! Congratulations Jeff 

Love Mom, 

Marina 

and 

your 

whole 

family 




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Congratulations 

Melanie 

We're proud of your 

accomplishments . 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Congratulations to 



TED 

CONSTANTINE 

THEODORE 
PAPAYANI 

and to the Class of '96 

from the Papayani Family 



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Paula 

Your four years at Curry sure 

did go by in a hurry 

Our favorite time was tennis season and 

of course you know -you were the reason 

Now that your graduation is here, we 

want to give you a big cheer 

Your the last one of eight and 

we all think you are great 

So congratulations to you, along with our 

best wishes too. 

Love, Dad, Mom, Billy, Tricia, Mary-Ellen, 

Kathy, Anne-Marie, Tommy and 

Elizabeth 





Dear David, 

Obstacles are wiped away 
Taking with them clouds of gray 
In their place are open skies 
Where hopes and dreams may arise 
David, your determination and cour- 
age made it happen. May your 
hopes and dreams become a reality. 
We are proud and honored to share 
this special time of your life with you. 
Love Mom & Dad,George and Genafer 



Dearest Ben, 

As always we are proud of 

your accomplishment. 

Best wishes as you 

graduate college. 

Love from your family, 

Diane , Gary, 

Joanna & Jamie 

Greenwald, 

Salt, Abercrombie, Puff, 

Brownie, and Marley too! 



Congratulations 
Aaron Kant 
We love you 

Mom, Dad, Peter, 
and Abe 



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Your goals have been 

achieved on and 

off the ice. 

We are so proud of you. 

Congratulations ! 
Mom, Dad, and Danielle 




Mike Deagle # 17 



TOOURROBYN 

CONGRATULATIONS!!! YOU DID IT!!! 

WE ARE SO PROUD OF WHAT YOU 

HAVE ACCOMPLISHED. YOU HAVE 

SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED A 

MAJOR STEP IN YOUR LIFE AND SO 

MUCH STILL AHEAD. USE WISELY 

WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED AND 

KEEP IN MIND THIS KEY WORD 

THAT WILL ALWAYS BRING YOU 

SUCCESS AS YOU WALK THROUGH 

LIFE ... JOB JOB JOB 

WE LOVE YOU FOREVER, ROBBIE- 

DOO, AND WISH YOU A WORLD OF 

HEALTH AND HAPPINESS ALWAYS. 

MOM, DAD, MELANIE & 

"BROTHER" RAMI 

XOXOXOXO 



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Uie i/iinas SJcan noi c/ianae. . . 

couraae io cnanae me ininas SJcan and 

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difference. " 

yjonoraiulaiions JKelanie Lfooier^ aou 

made us so proud. 



FROM COLONIAL TO 
CURRY... 

You've come a long way baby! 

Congratulations, Brendan and 

the Class of 96 

Love, 

Mom 



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We are so proud of you 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Gina & Brad 



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You did it! 

We are very proud of you 

and love you very much 

Mom, Dad, Nicole, Josh 

Pippin & Marcy 



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Good Luck, Doug 

We're proud of you!! 

All our love. 

Mom & Dad 




/bear Elyse, ^ 

Congratulations on your graduation from 
Curry College. Were very proud of you and 
wish you success and happiness in all 
the years to follow. 
May all your dreams and 
wishes come 
true. 
Love always, 

\ Mom, Dad, Lori & Roxi 



To Mom, 

I hope you have a great graduation. 

After all these years of working so hard 

you are finally going to be a nurse. You 

always work so hard and always do your 

best now since you are going to graduate 

I will get to see you more often. 

No matter where you work I know that 

they will like you. 

Shakira 



Christine, 

We are extremely proud of the loving, thoughtful and kind 
women you have become. You have worked very hard and 
deserve the best life has to offer. When you look at the stars you 
know there is a whole world waiting for you to make your mark. 
Go for your dreams, as you'll achieve many of them. 
Wishing you success in whatever you do. 

Love and Congratulations, 
Mom, Dad, Brian,John, Betsy, and 
Keegen, and all your family 



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"CONGRATULATION ON A JOB 

WELL DONE" 

YOU HAVE BEEN ABLE TO 

OVERCOME MANY OBSTACLES 

AND WE'RE 
ALL VERY PROUD OF YOU. 

LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, ANTHONY, BARRIE 

AND JENNIFER 

Congratulations Class Of 1996 

Best of luck in the Future!! 

Love and thanks for all your support, 

The staff of '96 Yearbook, "A Lasting Legacy" 

Elizbeth Waldron , Maryann Flammia and Kerri 

Gianetti 



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To my fellow Classmates: 

I hope when you look through these pages, they won't be just photographs to you. 
These pages represent memories and stories that we shared together at Curry- all 
the experiences and good times that we shared with our friends. Some time in the 
future, I hope that you will pick up the " Lasting Legacy", flip through and think 
to yourself" now, it all makes sense!" 

Best of luck in the future. 
Your Classmate, 
Elizabeth Waldron 
Editor 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank my co- editors, Mary Ann Flammia 
and Kerri Giannetti. Without their countless hours helping me, the 
" Lasting Legacy" couldn't be completed. Thanks to Jan Wencel for being a great 
friend, listener, and proofreader, but also a great advisor. My thanks also to Joyce 
Sangrey Whenever I needed a list, she always had it in my mail box the next day! 

Thanks also to the photographers, Rich Elhott and Tim Dailey. They not only 
captured great moments, but were my lifesavers!! 

To everyone who sent in pictures, I hope we used them all to make this year's 
yearbook very complete. 

Thank you Lois, for greeting me almost everyday in the office with a smile and 
whenever I needed an3^hing you supported and guided me in the right way. 
Chris Spelman, for his patience in teaching us how to use Page Maker. Without 
Chris' help we may have never started to use computers for publishing the 
yearbook. 

Thanks also to everyone who wrote article. Without your support, the pictures in 
the book would have no stories to go along with them. 

To the yearbook staff in the future's, I wish you the best of luck, and hopefully the 
Lasting Legacy will live on! ! ! 



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Mary Ann, Kerri, and Elizabeth stressing over what we 
should do next and who was going to do it!!!! 




THE GREAT BIG STAFF TAKES TIME OUT AT THE PUB, TRYING TO GET INTO 
SOME OF THE PICTURES OUR SELVES 



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